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PostPosted: Fri Sep 22, 2006 10:33 pm 
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Greetings,

In 1974 Paul VI realized that people have stopped chanting at mass. He chose a set a gregorian chants that every parish should be familiar with and he sent copies as gifts to all the bishops. The little booklet of chant was called: Jubilate Deo.

Here is a link to different ways to print this little document with different chants. They should all be familiar, but in my part of the world they are not. This booklet was promptly ignored.

http://www.ceciliaschola.org/notes/jubilatedeo.html

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I have Minimum Repertoire of Plain Chant and The Saint Gregory Hymnal and Catholic Choir Book, too.


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Father, thanks for posting the link. I had downloaded this ages ago, but lost the hard copy.

I also have the St. Gregory Hymnal and a little booklet from Oregon Catholic Press called Laus Tibi, Christe - this has 71 chants in modern notation, including many that are in Jubilate Deo.


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Oh my, I remember those as if it was yesterday. :) I miss the chants!

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Signum Crucis wrote:
I have Minimum Repertoire of Plain Chant and The Saint Gregory Hymnal and Catholic Choir Book, too.


I have those as well, but not the one Father pointed out. Am I missing something here?

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Here's a whole site of Gregorian Chants.

http://comp.uark.edu/~rlee/otherchant.html#square

Now listen to this and tell me it really doesn't connect you to God.

http://www.chantcd.com/samples/veni_creator.mp3

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This just brings back memories. The chants, that is.

http://kparker.org/MP3/Chant/Ave%20Maris%20Stella.mp3

http://kparker.org/MP3/Chant/Agnus%20De ... 201930.mp3

Father, you brought back memories so I thought I'd post them. I can be the most upset person at times but when I listen to the chants, it all melts away. I have a couple of CD's. The chants are sooo soothing. I actually didn't know if anyone else listened to them, today.

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Lolly, thanks for posting those links. I just bookmarked them for future listening. We're using the MODG syllabi, and it is recommended children listen to chant. There will be a whole generation of kids who will know chant :)

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 11:46 am 
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TP wrote:
Here is a link to different ways to print this little document with different chants. They should all be familiar, but in my part of the world they are not. This booklet was promptly ignored.

http://www.ceciliaschola.org/notes/jubilatedeo.html

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Yesterday the parish schola met and practiced this book for three hours. The liturgy committee and choir director were supposed to come and listen, and pass some sort of judgement regarding the "suitability" (no comment) for this at mass. They were all no-shows.

We started the Kyrie (on pg 5) in a lower key, then worked up to "as written" - I was amazed that 6 male voices could pull that off!

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i'm surprised Ave Verum Corpus is not on that list from the link TP provided...
but still, as it says, it's a "minimum repertoire of Gregorian chant"...

a couple links with even MORE chant:
these are the propers...
http://www.christusrex.org/www2/cantgre ... s_trid.htm

these are the ordinaries:
http://www.christusrex.org/www2/cantgre ... e_eng.html


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 Post subject: Re: Jubilate Deo
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mgross wrote:
We started the Kyrie (on pg 5) in a lower key, then worked up to "as written" - I was amazed that 6 male voices could pull that off!


also known as Kyrie XVI
here's a sound file for it...
http://www.christusrex.org/www2/cantgre ... rie_16.mp3


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On a side note...
The Jubilate Deo website, provided by TP, lists (among others):

Agnus Dei XVIII
Credo III
Gloria VIII
Kryie XVI
Sanctus XVIII

There are sound files (with pdf files for the chant notation included) at the second website I gave (in case anyone wants to hear them):
http://www.christusrex.org/www2/cantgre ... e_eng.html


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Wow...this is so cool. Thank you!

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